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EU CAMPAIGNS FOR AFGHAN'S WOMEN RIGHTS

by Amanullah Ghilzai The European Commission has launched an international campaign in Brussels to draw attention to what it calls Afghanistan's sexual apartheid, which has forced women to give up work and education. The campaign will continue until March 8, the international day for women. The Taleban, who control roughly one-third of the country, have closed down girls schools and are preventing women from almost all forms of work. Amanullah Ghilzai reports: The European Union's Human Rights Commissioner, Emma Bonino, who visited Afghanistan last September, launched the campaign along with several other EU female ministers. She said that Afghanistan is the only country in the world where the law imposes segregation based on sex. On the occasion they all signed a petition asking the United Nations and other international organisations to work towards restoring the fundamental human rights for women in Afghanistan. The Taleban, who control roughly one-third of the country including the capital Kabul, have closed down the girls schools and barred women from most work. The Taleban say that they would allow girls education when segregated arrangements are made for boys and girls in the educational institutions. When Kabul University opened last March, only men were allowed to get admission and continue their education. Only recently, American women's groups have launched a campaign against plans by an American energy company to build a pipeline to carry central Asian oil and gas across Afghanistan. The women's groups want to stop the project going ahead, because of the Taleban's treatment of women. The Taleban's strict policies towards women have attracted worldwide criticism, but there has not been any significant change in their attitude towards women, so far.





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